PlatformQ Health’s digital learning channels are the destination for providers, patients, and caregivers to access credible medical education. Providers regularly participate in our programs to earn CME credits, while patients and their families participate in our interactive learning activities to better understand and manage their health conditions.
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- Live and enduring video-based content
- Individualized experiences tailored based on learner response
- Extensive partner network and long-term collaborations
- Simultaneous education for patients and providers
- In-house professional production team and solution
But our technology is just the start. Our exclusive strategic partnerships, outcomes-driven-approach, and deep background in learner engagement truly set us apart.
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Breaking Down Barriers Between Patients & Providers
When confronting a frightening condition like bladder cancer, patients may fall into a rabbit hole of information online. It can be challenging to discern what sites to trust and where to turn. Not only are patients facing concerns about their own survival, but also worries over sensitive issues such as bladder function and sexual health. In this situation, it can be difficult for patients to open up to providers about their fears. Read More
Tethered education: Closing the gap between patients and providers
Under normal circumstances, managing a complicated health condition can be challenging enough with limited in-person time. Now with COVID-19, doctors are scrambling for new strategies to provide care to their patients, leading to a dramatic increase in the reliance on telemedicine. One solution gaining traction: Tethered education. Read More
The Value of Authentic Patient Voice in Digital Education
Enhancing CME programs with patient voice is an effective strategy for helping providers retain what they’ve learned. National Organization of Rare Disorders Chief Medical and Science Officer Edward Neilan, MD, PhD noted, “when it comes to educational materials, hearing from the patient makes it much more memorable, much more engaging, and a longer lasting educational contribution." Read More